Books, Bleach, Print

 

Learn how you can use regular household bleach to create stamped designs in your sketchbook or altered book. Linda will demonstrate using simple print blocks including ones made from her favourite print material – compressed sponge.

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Approximate run time: 16 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Learn how you can use regular household bleach to create stamped designs in your sketchbook or altered book. Linda will demonstrate using simple print blocks including ones made from her favourite print material - compressed sponge.
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To try the ideas that Linda covers in this workshop you’ll need:

Your sketchbook or altered book
Non-permanent inks or dyes
Household bleach
Print blocks or stamps (Linda uses compressed sponge)

We’re using a household cleaning product, but please use bleach with caution observing all the health and safety warnings on the product packaging. Avoid working with bleach for long periods of time. Be sure to work in a well ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Don’t use this technique if you know you are sensitive to bleach.

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